Just Like New: Myrtle Beach Hotels with renovations you won’t want to miss!
Myrtle Beach is home to an array of hotels and resorts that see a huge amount of foot traffic each year. Time, along with the large number of vacationers who visit these Myrtle Beach properties, can often cause reason for property renovations. In addition, some hotels that have been open for a long time will go through renovations in order to spruce up their look.
Recently, some major Myrtle Beach hotels and resorts went through renovations to improve the overall experience for visitors. Check out this list to see what’s new at your favorite property:
The Breakers Resort has a new registration building that will be completed in spring 2019. But that won’t be the only thing new to vacationers here; Breakers Resort will also be adding 5 new waterslides that will be installed by summer 2019!
Visitors at The Caravelle will absolutely love the resort’s newly renovated rooms! The hundreds of revamped rooms feature brand new modern furniture, bedding, kitchens, and guest room bathrooms.
The Santa Maria Restaurant also got some updates and is open for breakfast, lunch, and in-season dinner.
Those who visit Caribbean Resort & Villas in the near future will be able to order in-room dining/room service from the famed Sea Captain’s House next door! Vacationers are also now able to rent oceanfront cabanas at Caribbean Resort for $100 per day.
There are some great changes going on at Dayton House Resort! The Dayton Suites Building is currently getting a makeover, while guests at Dayton House are now welcome to enjoy the new complementary breakfast buffet at their new restaurant The Rose Room.
North Beach Plantation is now home to a brand new coffee and gift shop that is proudly serving Starbucks Coffee to guests looking for a caffeine fix!
The Palace Resort is currently getting a makeover! The property’s exterior is getting a fresh coat of paint that will wow guests who are returning for vacation this year.